Friday, March 24, 2006

Charlie Sheen And 9/11: Timing Is Everything


What a week it's been- Charlie Sheen went on CNN to question the official line on 9/11, and the most active student member of 9/11 Scholars For Truth, Michael Zebuhr, was brutally murdered. I can't help but to put these two events together. Timing is everything, and this stinks to high heaven.

Sheen's coming forward on CNN was preceeded by his interview with Alex Jones, one of the few radio talkshow hosts who tells it like it is on this and other subjects which should have our undivided attention. As a follow-up, Jones also made it onto CNN, and was able to speak his piece on 9/11 complicity. This represents a breakthrough that should have the neocons very concerned. A CNN on-line poll has over 80% of its respondents agreeing with Mr. Sheen. If my math is correct, that represents a huge majority. Perhaps that majority will now become less silent on the subject.

The killing of Michael Zebuhr seems like retribution for Sheen's sounding off, and a warning to others involved in this scenario. I would hope that, instead of backing off, others will step up the pace, and make a full commitment to bringing the truth to light. I'm also hoping that other celebrities will be emboldened by Sheen's actions, and likewise step forward. Now is not the time for timidity.

3 Comments:

Blogger janedoe said...

Yes, Timing is Everything.

Wherever Mike is, if there is any way for him to continue pushing for 9/11 truth, I know that's just what he's doing. So, maybe there is a connection between Mike's death and this amazing breakthrough onto CNN. I know that Mike's drive for 9/11 truth was absolutely unstoppable.

Perhaps Mike Zebuhr and Gary Webb are currently having an interesting discussion about marksmanship.

12:22 PM  
Blogger ka05 said...

What I would like to know is: Who at CNN called Hammer into his/her office and said: "Hey, do you know any established, respected celebrities who doubt the official 9/11 story?" And Hammer said, "I'll find one . . . " and they came up with Sheen, who is perfect for this role in the script. I mean, of course, they are improvising. But I think this is a top-down move by the puppeteers and that we may be seeing a Bush as patsy scenario. He is such a moron he could easily be set up to look like he orchestrated the whole thing. I think that is the easiest way to get rid off him becase he MUST be removed from office. He is a huge liability now. He must be scared shitless. And he probably doesn't even trust Poppy. What hell the poor guy must live in everyday. So, yah - maybe Sheen is just a brave American and decided to come forward. But it doesn't hurt to imagine other ways this all could have come about . . .

2:32 AM  
Blogger AliWehrlie said...

I was soooooooooooo excited to see Alex on network TV and even more excited to see the show's host's reaction! FINALLY! Someone is speaking and others are hearing.
I commend Sheen for coming forward. As for Mike, the truth of his work did not die with him. May he rest in peace.

8:13 PM  

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